ShirLaLa for Passover

In-Person Family Concert


Sunday, April 10, 2022
10:30 – 11:30 am EDT
Scheuer Auditorium

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Ages 3 and up

Enjoy captivating songs and stories from kid rocker ShirLaLa—live in concert for the Passover holiday. Hear ShirLaLa's spirited melodies as she takes you on a musical journey with delightful twists to holiday favorites. Jump like a frog, ask the four questions, dance with tambourines, and set yourself free in this special in-person opportunity to celebrate Passover together as a family at the Museum. 

Joining ShirLaLa will be an exciting group of guest musicans and artists including: Shirazette Tinnin of Urban Bush Women, guitarist Alex Nolan of Cyndi Lauper fame, and live illustration projected by Charrow Illustration

After the concert, pick up a bag with materials and embark on a self-guided experience in the galleries exploring holiday objects and other striking works of art in the Jewish Museum’s collection.

About ShirLaLa:

Shira Kline, aka ShirLaLa, is an award-winning New York based performer and music educator. She travels across the country and internationally with her kiddie-rock band, delivering a dynamic, interactive program of joy and spirit, story and song.

Concert includes General Admission. Advance program tickets required for each child and adult.

Tickets: $18 Adult, $12 Senior, $8 Student, free for children 18 and under and Jewish Museum members.

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Family Programs are supported, in part, through public funds recommended by Council Member Julie Menin and Council Member Keith Powers.

Additional support is provided through public funds from the New York City Department of  Cultural Affairs in partnership with City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts  with the support of Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. 


Singer Shira Kline